Studying Dolphins on the Outer Banks

Jessica Taylor has her dream job. As President and founder of the nonprofit Outer Banks Center for Dolphin Research, she is often on the water researching a marine mammal that fascinates her. “I think they’re so interesting. They’re so similar to people. Their societies, their relationships to each other,” she …

Legendary OBX Restaurants

The longevity of Outer Banks businesses and restaurants are a large part of this area’s charm. We wanted to highlight some of our favorite restaurants that have been OBX institutions for over 25 years – from burger bars to high end cuisine, these restaurants are loved by locals and visitors …

Sanctuary Vineyards

The coastal plain of North Carolina is not necessarily the first place most people think of when they consider fine wines. Maybe a sweet muscadine wine fermented from the native grape of the region…but a classic European vinefera in Currituck County? Too hot, too humid, not cool enough at night…there …

U-Boats Off the Outer Banks

Jim Bunch – Master Story Teller, and his book “U-Boats Off the Outer Banks” Author Jim Bunch is sitting in his living room surrounded by the artifacts of his life. Since the 1950’s, he’s been diving the waters off the Outer Banks, and over that time time he’s come across …

Art Parties on the Outer Banks

The Outer Banks has a rich community of artists that live here year round. To bring that year-round talent to local visitors, art parties have started to pop up. We’ve profiled Brad Price from Hang 12 Studios, one of our favorite artists on the OBX. Brad has lived on the …

Festival Park on Roanoke Island

Roanoke Island Festival Park Roanoke Island Festival Park is a 25 acre public event center, interactive historic site, museum, and more – all set in a gorgeous backdrop just across a small bridge from quaint Downtown Manteo (about a 20 minute drive from Nags Head). The site includes the Pavilion, …